The queuing clerk checks that the voters have brought their identification documents which they use to register as voters and directs them to the correct voting place.
Polling station queuing: Voters queue patiently and maintain order outside the polling station.
Voter Identification: The Voter Identification clerk examines the voter’s card to ensure the voter is in the correct polling place, inspects the voter’s finger for traces of indelible ink and carries out electronic voter identification.
Checking the voter register: The voter register clerk checks the name of the voter in the register, calls out the name, cancels out particulars and directs the voter to the ballot issuing clerk
Marking the ballot: The voter marks the ballot in secrecy behind the polling booth, folds it and proceeds to the ballot box
Casting the ballot: The voter is issued with ballot paper (s) one for each elective position. The lids of the ballot boxes correspond with the color of ballot papers for each of the six elective positions.
The inking clerk wipes the left hand little finger of the voter with absorbent cloth and marks the finger with indelible ink to show the person has voted.